If you get pleasure from sending plenty of voice messages on WhatsApp, you’ll be glad to know that the corporate is engaged on the power to pause a voice message after which proceed it with out the necessity to file one other message or ship the one you should interrupt.
According to at all times dependable WABetainfo, this characteristic is at the moment below improvement and it’s not out there for beta testers but. Even although, the weblog was in a position to preview it.
In a video, WABetainfo exhibits a brand new audio interface for WhatsApp, in which you’ll be able to press play/pause, begin/cease recording a dialog, how lengthy is your message, and the power to ship it. Currently, the one factor you are able to do is take heed to your audio message earlier than sending it.
It’s nonetheless unclear when this characteristic shall be out there to all customers, because it’s not even out there to public beta testers, nevertheless it exhibits the crew behind the power to ship voice messages is placing plenty of effort into it.
For instance, final week, 9to5Mac revealed that WhatsApp is working to enhance voice message participant. This characteristic will permit customers to take heed to a voice message whereas leaving a dialog, which suggests, you possibly can take heed to an extended audio message for a pal whereas replying to a member of the family.
Like the power to pause the proceed a voice message, WABetaInfo says this world voice message participant characteristic continues to be below improvement, so it’s not out there for the general public and even for beta testers, who might want to wait a bit extra to do that operate.
Recently, WhatsApp began letting beta testers strive new capabilities with the Disappearing Messages characteristic. According to WABetaInfo, the app permits you to select between totally different durations: 24 hours, 7 days, or 90 days.
Unfortunately, WhatsApp shouldn’t be accepting new beta testers however we’ll hold you within the loop on new options coming to the iOS app.
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